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            Jim Munn
Owner/Managing Broker

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Designated Broker over 37 years’ experience

 I graduated in 1984 with a B. A. in finance while going to college at Seattle Pacific University.  As a junior in college, I started working for one of my professors who taught real estate investment. I managed seven buildings in the University of Washington and the East Lake areas of Seattle.  in 1986 I obtained my real estate license and worked for Mac Persons’ properties in the U district.  This is where I started my real estate sales career and it’s my passion. In 1994 I moved from Seattle to our family lands in Quilcene and continued to sell real estate. In 2011 I started Munn Bro’s Hood Canal Properties with my brother Bruce. 


Jim and Sheryl enjoy farming, gardening, relaxing by the lake, and scuba diving. They also host an annual event, classic MoonFest at their property on Lake Leland.

I started my career in real estate in 1995 working for Johnston Realty, then moving on to Windermere in Quilcene – which gives me over 20 year of local experience. Jim and I jumped into business for ourselves as Munn Bro's Hood Canal Real Estate in 2010.

My particular area of expertise is working with raw land and development, including managing septic design and installations, and performing inspections for home construction.

I am also a notary and able to help out with any paperwork, which may be needed during the process of construction.

When I'm not at work you may often find me boating and enjoying the Pacific Northwest outdoors.

Bruce Munn - Managing Broker

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Kalan Wolfe Hatton - Broker

Kalan Wolfe Hatton is the newest member of the Munn Brother's team. Transitioning into the real estate business was a natural progression. His passion for networking within his community and helping people find a good deal on their perfect home has been something he has been doing for many years. Kalan is a handyman and carpenter and has built properties from the ground up. This has given him experience and understanding of what it takes to develop raw land and transform it into your dream home. 


Kalan and his wife Keely are professional musicians and event organizers. They live with their children in Quilcene and have a great love for the outdoors. In their free time they can be found writing songs around a campfire, hunting for mushrooms in the foothills of the Olympics, fishing in the Salish Sea, or gardening in their own backyard. 


Our Family History

Hector John Munn

For generations, the Munn Clan has called the Hood Canal and Jefferson County area home.

Hector John Munn wrote 3 books on the story of their family’s origins in the Quilcene area.

He used various family documents, and family stories as primary sources in his research.

 In fact, the family still own 130 acres of the land by Lake Leland once owned by Jim and Ana Munn (Bruce and Jim’s Great-Grandparents.

Our Great Grandfather James Hector Munn settled in the South Jefferson County area in 1887. Among other businesses he started the Interurban Telephone Company that connected Leland, Pt Ludlow, Gardiner & Brinnon.

Our Grandfather Hector John Munn was a “powder monkey” that helped build many of the roads within the National Forest for the Buck Mountain Logging Company.


Contact us if you are interested in learning more about these books:

  • Jim & Ana

  • The 1806 voyage of the Spencer

  • The Story of Old Leland

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